PRO LONG RANGE SHOOTER VS 8.6 BLACKOUT - HOW FAR CAN IT SHOOT?
A fusion of a 6.5 Creedmoor case and a 338 Lapua bullet the 8.6 Blackout has a velocity of 1,050. Practically used, this cartridge would be seen in hunting up to 200yards. Pro shooter Patty Young tests the 8.6 Blackout's limits at extended distances with challenges of adjusting for elevation, wind, and spin drift, revealing the cartridge's diminishing consistency.
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watch: HOW TO DIAGNOSE AN INACCURATE RIFLE AT A MATCH
Hit a snag with accuracy during a match?
It might not just be your aim. Pro shooter Patty Young unravels the (potentially) less obvious culprits messing with your rifle's accuracy and how to get them sorted. It's all about nipping those pesky issues in the bud so they don't mess with your game. Patty explains how to keep your rifle in tip-top shape for the long haul, plus shares the lowdown on some handy spare parts and tools for when things feel a bit 'off'. So, gear up to troubleshoot your way back to nailing those targets, every single time.
watch: SETTING LENGTH OF PULL FOR RECOIL MANAGEMENT
Ever hear you should set your length of pull distance using the crook of your elbow to a 90 degree trigger finger? Well this idea is outdated for the modern marksman. In this video pro shooter Keith Baker talks on why it's not as reliable as it used to be, and how the modern shooter should set their length of pull.